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i am working in windows phone 8 platform. in this app i have backgroundworker class which tracks location and sends to server in the form of json regularly on 5 min interval . when the device is in foreground the background class works absolutely fine . then when this app is send in background the backgroundworker class works but the data is not send on to server showing network issues . i have tried to use httpclient and webclient still it is nott working. i have also worked with bacgroundtransferservice , in this local file path is asked as i am sending json to server hence i couldnot allcate the local path for it.
Does anyone of you have an idea of Mobile Browser Extension or Addons? I just want to know the extension support for different mobile browsers. Are there any mobile browsers which support for Extension? For instance UC Browser supports for Browser Extension.
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What is the best solution for adding a content management solution for an existing app. I was given an existing app in which any data updates are done directly to the database via SQL stored procs. I need to create an interface that a non-programming user can use to edit, update and delete data, manage users, etc.
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The best solution for adding a content management for an existing mobile app is to contact some mobile application development companies as they have experts developers who can add content management easily in an existing mobile application.
In android, how can I access files from any path that is not included in the .apk file.
I am making an application that reads the data from .xml file. Now this file can be updated from the server, and new data should be shown to the user.
but i am not able to access the file when its not in the apk.
help will be much appreciated.